Sharon Springs, N.Y. — Why is the ton in an excited tizzy?
Dear readers, Beekman 1802 is days away from launching a “Bridgerton”-inspired collection.
Beekman 1802, based in tiny Sharon Springs in Upstate New York’s Capital Region, is teaming up with Netflix to offer fans of the wildly popular “Bridgerton” TV series a line of body care products meant to make them feel like part of Regency-era high society. To get on the Beekman 1802 x Bridgerton waitlist, visit the shop’s website.
The line — which will include soaps, a lip salve and a candle — will first be available on March 3 at a “Bridgerton” pop-up shop at Bloomingdale’s, both online and at the flagship store in New York City, according to Elle.
The collection of soaps, wrapped in Lady Whistledown’s society pages, will be sold on Beekman 1802′s website starting March 25, the day the second season of “Bridgerton” airs on Netflix, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The “Bridgerton” candle, cloche and salve will be available on April 25.
Beekman 1802 is no stranger to using its goat milk-infused beauty products to bring fans into a fictional world.
In late 2020, Beekman 1802 transformed its Sharon Springs shop into Rose Apothecary, the fictional shop founded by David Rose on “Schitt’s Creek”. Beekman 1802 temporarily filled its store with Rose Apothecary-inspired products.
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